Additional file 6: of Segmental duplications and evolutionary acquisition of UV damage response in the SPATA31 gene family of primates and humans
journal contributionposted on 06.03.2017 by Cemalettin Bekpen, Sven KĂźnzel, Chen Xie, Muthukrishnan Eaaswarkhanth, Yen-Lung Lin, Omer Gokcumen, Cezmi Akdis, Diethard Tautz
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Alignment of SPATA31 protein with CRY2 and EBV-BPLF1 proteins. The figure shows the alignment of SPATA31A1 (Q5TZJ5-1) protein with CRY2 (Q49AN0-1) (Top) and ENV-BPLF1 (P03186) (bottom) proteins. Similar (gray) and identical (black) amino acids are highlighted by using boxshade (http://www.ch.embnet.org/software/BOX_form.html). Alignment was performed by using Clustal-w and manually edited and only the region showing highest homology/similarity region is shown (starting from the amino acid position 166 of SPATA31A1) . The overall calculated identity and similartiy between SPATA31A1 and CRY2 protein within the given window of alignment is 15% and 23%, and between SPATA31A1 and EBV-BPLF1 protein is 17% and 28%, respectively. Identity and similarity was calculated by GeneDoc software (version 2.7.000). (PDF 53 kb)